The link below has 100 ideas for conserving water; here are a few:
The best place to start is in your own home by changing some of your water consumption habits. things like turning off the faucet while brushing your teeth, cutting back on shower time, and not running the sink continuously when washing dishes. Below is a link that has some obvious as well as creative ways to conserve water.
One neat little invention you might try is a shower timer. A lot of people don’t realize how much time they actually spend in a shower, and how much water they use as a result. Using a shower timer—some even come as little hourglasses mounted on suction cups you can stick to your shower wall—can help you realize how long you’re actually spending in the shower as well as help you cut back on that time.
Consider installing more efficient faucets and shower heads. The amount of water saved can really add up over time with just a few minor adjustments. Also, as the other users have pointed out, you probably do not need to take a 45 minute shower every day.
If applicable, water for lawn care can be a huge source of waste. According to the EPA, between as much as 60% of water usage in the US goes towards watering lawns (see first link below). Tips for cutting back on this waste in one’s own backyard include using rain barrels to collect water, using drip irrigation systems where possible, and trying to cultivate plants native to your environment.
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